Profits uses real Amazon data via their API to provide you with a more accurate picture of your financial status as a seller, including your sales, revenue, costs, and fees.
By viewing your product listing and Amazon account analytics all together in one place, you can measure your profitability at a glance.
Profits is made up of multiple data points that all play pivotable roles in your Amazon business’ overall profitability. By displaying your real data, both positive and negative, you can get the most accurate pulse on your financial health across all of your product listings. By taking all money-making as well as money-taking activities into account, you can make effective decisions on what is profitable and what is not.
The Anatomy of Profits
Gross Revenue and Net Profit – Users can view their gross revenue from sales and net profit after estimated costs for today, yesterday, the last seven days, or any custom range of time chosen such as monthly or yearly.
Sales Trends – By utilizing data from yesterday and the day before, Profits can calculate which Amazon products are increasing in revenue and which are decreasing. From this information, you can quickly identify which products are making you money and which are costing money to take appropriate action.
Performance Matrix – The matrix expands on gross revenue and net profit data by adding analytics for the last 30 days, month-to-date, and year-to-date measurements. Additional factors for these contributing timeframes include estimated profits, orders, units sold, ROI, profit margins, promotions, refunds, and your ASIN count.
Units Sold and Estimated Net Profit – Profits provides two informational graphs that display the number of units sold in the past month along with the net profit from those sales. Using these graphs, you get a bird’s eye view of your profitability for the past month and serves as an early indicator if changes are needed.
Inventory Levels – This group of informational graphs shows you the days in which your inventory levels were at their highest and lowest, respectfully. Additionally, the Bestsellers graph highlights your top selling products as well as their sales trends.